student-mailboxesMAIL & SHIPPING SERVICES

Texas A&M University students living on-campus can receive mail via their University apartment provided mailbox or rent a Post Office Box.

Mail is not delivered to individual on-campus residents rooms or apartments. Residence hall and Corps residents may rent mailboxes from Postal Plus or the U.S. Post Office. Apartment’s residents have centralized mailboxes available at no additional cost.

Centralized mailboxes are available at the University Apartments. Each apartment is assigned one mailbox for the residents to share.

Mailboxes for White Creek Apartments are located on the outside of Building A. Mailboxes for the Gardens Apartments Building F thru L are located on the outside of the laundry building. Mailboxes for Gardens Apartments M thru Q are located on the outside of the activity building.


Student’s Name
302 Ball St
Building Name and Apt Number
College Station, TX 77840


Student’s Name
1100 Hensel Drive
Building Name and Apt Number
College Station, TX 77840


Student’s Name
225 Discovery Drive
Building Name and Apt Number
College Station, TX 77845

Each student resident is issued a mailbox combination upon moving into an apartment. There is one mailbox per apartment. The apartment community also has several package mailboxes. If you receive a key in your mailbox, this indicates you have received a large package and must pick it up in the large mailboxes.

Mailboxes are not provided for residence hall or Corps of Cadet residents, however students may rent mailboxes, buy postage, and ship packages on campus at the Northgate U.S. Post Office (979.846.5716) or at the Postal Plus facilities (979.268.7727) located in the Northside Commons in Hullabaloo Hall and on Southside in the Adams Band Hall located on the Corps of Cadets Quad.

Box sizes, rental rates, services, and hours of operation vary. Contact the Post Office or Postal Plus for more information.


Student’s Name
Hall Name and Room Number
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77840

All residents need to be sure to file a change of address or forwarding address form with the U.S. Postal Service. Residents are also encouraged to update their address on their Texas A&M University student record before they move or change residences so mail delivery will not be interrupted.